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By Richard Westra With 1970s galloping inflation threatening to bring down the US economy and with it the US dollar based global trading order, Milton...

Governance of International Banking: The Financial Trilemma

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By Dirk Schoenmaker International banking is at the cross-roads. Are we heading for the decentralised banking model, by which banks are split in national subsidiaries...

Luxury Taxation, Good for Economic Development?

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By Patrick Imam Developing countries are struggling to mobilise resources to finance social and infrastructural development. The author argues that one avenue is to tax...

The Brasília Consensus: Looking for a Second Wind

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By Lourdes Casanova and Julian Kassum This article examines Brazil’s hybrid development model, which combines macroeconomic orthodoxy with certain features of state capitalism, as well...

China and Latin America: Connected and Competing

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By Kayla Chen & Xiangming Chen   The Global Rise of China The rise of China has stolen more headlines than any other global issue these days,...

Confronting the New Reality: Globalisation, the Global Financial Crisis and the State

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By John Farrar &David Mayes Globalisation and the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) have presented major challenges to orthodoxy. John Farrar and David Mayes discuss the...

From State of Exception to Anti-Coup Dictatorship in Erdoğan’s Turkey  

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By Volga Can Ozben and Richard Westra Volga Can Ozben and Richard Westra maintain Turkey under Recep Tayyip Erdoğan as a poster case for the...

TTIP: The Suicide of Nations

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By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts The TransAtlantic and TransPacific Trade and Investment Partnerships (TTIP and TTP) are trade agreements between the US and the EU...

The United Nations Charter and Extra-State Warfare: The U.N. Grows Up

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By Charles H. Camp & Theresa Bowman In recent years, the United Nations has come under attack as wholly inadequate to confront the modern realities...

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